A Caboodle of Stories
The Fam! "What book?"
Wall of Love
My brother, Marshall co-wrote "Fear 101." He kept me from killing off the main character.
Tonya B. - a colorful life requires colorful reading.
Jeanie Matthews. - "The Gift"story was inspired by this fun lovin' lady.
Liz S. - Great setting to read these stories.
Billy Wilson of Latin At Heart- Geesh, what story is he reading, anyway?
My friends, Wendy, Chris and Simone rock my world!
Evelyn M. Turner, author The Star and the Cross and Crawling out of the Darkness Favorite stories - "A Simple Lie" and "Beyond the Wall"
Kellie O. Rea - standing tall for all women!
Wendy Savage - reading and enjoying on her magical deck. Wouldn't her name be great for a super hero? I'm working on that!
Dave and Mary Dekker of Sheboygan Wisconsin (can't get any cuter than this couple!)
Steven McBrearty, author of The Children of the Shopping Mall
Jack & Emily Jensen with special guests Jeff and Jan -"Enjoying a fun read while waiting for the turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!!!"
Trish Lebo - a
Scott Vreeke, Sheboygan's finest says he's a fan!
Lovely Vivian Green especially likes A Tepid Man and Any Attention.
My Youngest Fan - My grand niece Trinity, 4 yrs old. My future reader and our future actress!
Herb Koene, the talk of Sheboygan and buddy, Scottie V. (the stories between these two would curl my toes!)
Mary Fitzpatrick - 2-hr layover with my book. Perfect!
Dennis Wiesner - had to arm wrestle him and buy him a beer to get this pic!
Lark Beaugureau - "I love your book and all your heartwarming stories."
Melody and Michael Green - who knew this cute couple could read upside down. Totally impressed!
Glen White - class of 71' and an Astros fan to boot!
Chris Guidry - best around the firepit singer ever!
Bo Lebow, convalescing
Those of you who have read my stories, your encouragement has rocked my world!
"After reading "The Gift," the first story in this collection, I knew I was in for a wild ride. These stories are, as advertised, quirky. But there's real depth here too — in the characters, the relationships, the insights into the human condition. Great storytelling. "Out of Luck" is a tale as sad and sweet as any you'll read all year. Ms. Belle's writing is very accessible — breezy and gritty with generous helpings of warmth and humor. I very much look forward to reading more of her work." — Don Tassone, author of two novels and 5 short story collections
“These stories are fun and captivating. Great for gifts and one for the house." - Michelle Williams, Attorney
“A+++! When you’re famous, can I say we are friends?" - Joyce (B as in Beautiful) Brown, Caretaker for the dying
"From the beginning Libby has not deviated from her desire to write short stories. As you will see, she brings a fresh approach to the table. Fun, entertaining and interesting, and expect a twist that you did not expect!" - Billy Wilson, Austin musician/songwriter
"Much more than entertained. The story, Paul Elly, is very moving." -Rebecca C. Dickens, Class of '71
"You have a most awesome sense of humor and take on the real side of life." -Barb Smith Butzen, Sheboygan Wisconsin